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Munguia took Szeremeta out in 6 rounds. It took Golovkin 7 rounds.

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  • #11
    Originally posted by ShaneMosleySr View Post
    It doesn’t matter what round it happened in. Golovkin’s power is clearly on a different level than Munguia’s.
    Is it?

    Both beat up on this guy who really isn't very good.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by ShaneMosleySr View Post
      It doesn’t matter what round it happened in. Golovkin’s power is clearly on a different level than Munguia’s.
      Agreed. Munguia showed his power is a level above Golovkin by stopping this 7’11 cashier in 6 rounds.

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      • #13
        Golovkin landed shots that absolutely devastated Szeremeta.

        Munguia never did.

        Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

        Is it?

        Both beat up on this guy who really isn't very good.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

          He did look like a punching bag to be honest.
          Szere made Munguia's job very easy tonight. Munguia never had to cut off the ring because Szere agreed to have a tit-for-tat fight. A feather-fisted boxer acquiescing to a slugfest is stupid. Munguia isn't learning anything with these types of fights, just building the hype train.
          Last edited by kiaba360; 06-19-2021, 05:36 PM.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by kiaba360 View Post

            Szere made Munguia's job very easy tonight. Munguia never had to cut off the ring because Szere agreed to have a tit-for-tat fight. A feather-fisted boxer acquiescing to a slugfest is stupid. Munguia isn't learning anything with these types of fights, just building the hype train.
            I did see some head movement and even attempts to use angles from Munguia.

            He can still improve.

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            • #16
              Every fight except the main event was good. The opposite is usually true.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by TheMyspaceDayz View Post
                Every fight except the main event was good. The opposite is usually true.
                Yeah, it was an entertaining undercard.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

                  I did see some head movement and even attempts to use angles from Munguia.

                  He can still improve.
                  He definitely can, but we'll find out the extent of his improvements once he faces an Andrade or GGG because he won't be able to rely so heavily on his punch resistance against them. He'll get his head jabbed off against both because he's still too flat-footed.
                  Last edited by kiaba360; 06-19-2021, 05:56 PM.

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                  • #19
                    Don't matter, Golovkin was the first to beat him and Szeremeta was top-10 ranked at the time, I think 7th ranked contender. Better win for GGG than Jaime.

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                    • #20
                      Golovkin also probably wanted to get some rounds in to clear out some rustiness. Was times during the fight he could've gone for the kill but chose not to

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